Asthma: Causes, Natural Treatments, Home Remedies

Natural Cure for Asthma.

Asthma is a long-lasting or recurrent respiratory disease that inflames and narrows the airways. Asthma causes frequent attacks of breathlessness, which leads to coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, breathing problems.

Most Common Causes of Asthma

  • Heavy Air Pollution
  • Allergy from changing weather conditions
  • Allergy from dust, specific foods, drugs such as aspirin
  • Frequent Respiratory Infection such as cough and cold
  • Tobacco Smoking
  • Food and Drinks that contains sulfites
  • Stress and Obesity

Most Common Natural Home Remedies for Asthma

Home remedies should not be treated as your initial treatment measures during Asthma attacks but should only be considered during emergency where immediate access to relief medication is not easily available.

Here are some most effective home remedies that you can trust if your reliable inhaler fails.


Doctors recommend asthmatics to drink hot and if possible strong coffee in emergency conditions. Theophylline and Yheobromine are the two main ingredients in coffee that helps in preventing bronchial spasms and opening up the airways to bring some relief.


The most common and easiest home remedy to get relief from Asthma is steam. During an attack just take a steam inhalation of lavender or eucalyptus oils.

Carrot and Spinach Juice

Drink fresh juice of carrot and spinach three times a day to get relief from Asthma.

Honey and Ginger

Mix one teaspoon fresh juice of ginger with one teaspoon Honey and take it every morning and while going to sleep at night.

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  1. Thanks for the tips! I do have asthma in fact.

  2. thanks for sharing this interesting post.. keep it up!

    - jaysonv

  3. Interesting article and facts.

  4. A good share about a common affliction.

  5. TX for sharing your wisdom.

  6. another great article from you, very important to know these.. good share again..

  7. A very interesting post, thanks for sharing!

  8. Thanks for sharing. A little exercise can also help minimizing astma attack.

  9. Nice article. Just lucky that I got rid of this a long time ago.

  10. Great information.

  11. Many now have asthma, so this was very helpful
    Thank you :P

  12. If you are over weight, losing weight will help.

  13. Thank you for sharing the facts.

  14. Thanks, I hope these help me and my family with our asthma. Thanks For Sharing! =)

  15. Very True Ruby….Obesity is also a cause to Asthma.

  16. Wonderful information…Is there any natural or herbal product which is helpful in Asthma?

  17. There are lots of people I know who have this problem..It will very helpful for them..

  18. Fresh juice of carrot and spinach is also helpful for eyes also..

  19. Thanks Palak…For Asthma and Allergy there is Nutrilite Triple Guard Echnicea. It is also helpful in preventing Flu..

  20. Great tips and lucky that I’ve got no asthma.

  21. excellent tips for asthama

  22. My asthma was caused by bronchitis. You are right that steam helps but it is important to take prescribed medication as directed because an asthma attack can be very dangerous and frightening and set you back for months.

  23. Thanks for the advice. My grandmother and uncle have asthma, but I never knew these tips would help with asthma.

  24. Great article! Thanks for sharing!

  25. Interesting information.

  26. Thank you! I do not have asthma but I use the steam for stuffy nose.

  27. CA Johnson - Tell your Grandmother and uncle to take this home Remedies and with that I suggest to take Nutrilite Triple Guard Echnicea…It will be very helpful for Asthma and it is 100% natural..

  28. thanks for the share

  29. This is very important information! Thank you. I did not know many of these.

  30. You seem to be a Doctor.

  31. Some natural treatments scare me for asthma, but some people cannot use prescription treatments

  32. Interesting post…

  33. Thanks for the post. I have sinus and allergies. This article has even gave me some thought.

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